Watch Dogs 2
Coming to PC? 010110010110010101110011 (Yes)
When’s it out? November 15, 2016
This looks extremely goofy. As a new (very 1337) hacker, we’ll be running around San Francisco doing hacks, stealing cars, and taking down a corrupt politician. Maybe we all made fun of the first game’s brooding Aiden Pearce so much that Ubisoft swung too hard the other way—but hey, it could be silly fun. We have to admit we’re looking forward to exploring Ubisoft’s version of San Francisco, as our US office is just a quick walk from the start of the demo below.
Coming to PC? Yes
When’s it out? February 14, 2017
, Ubisoft’s multiplayer medieval sword combat game . It takes four-on-four human matches and populates them with dozens of AI warriors as teams battle to capture control points, slash their way through the sword-fodder, and clash with each other. We’re sold on the combat’s heft and tension, and looking forward to seeing what other sorts of modes and weapons it has in store.
Coming to PC? Grow Home was, so probs
When’s it out? August 2016
Grow Up doesn’t look wildly different from Grow Home. They both star the same ragdolly robot and both involve growing and climbing huge plants in order to reach great heights. But this time, Grow Up is throwing more tools into the mix with a new assortment of gliders and new ways to grow plants. You’re also trying to reach the moon, which is significantly farther than last time. At the very least, it looks like more of what made Grow Home great.
Ghost Recon Wildlands
Coming to PC? Yes
When’s it out? March 17, 2017
Ubisoft’s open-world military shooter has some Arma 3 flavor (though not quite so demanding), some Just Cause 3 scale, and the four-player co-op style of The Division. , and at E3 got to see another, along with a cinematic trailer. Given only an objective, players can choose to tackle it however they wish, with careful scouting and planning, with high-octane guns-a-blazing, or some combination of the two.
Mages of Mystralia
Coming to PC? Sure is
When’s it out? 2017
This cute-looking action adventure lets you craft your own spells by combining runes, and was written by Ed Greenwood of Forgotten Realms fame. There’s not a whole lot to say about it yet, other than it’s adorable, but the trailer debuted at the PC Gaming Show gives us a look at some combat and element manipulation.
Mirage: Arcane Warfare
Coming to PC? Yep
When’s it out? Fall 2016
The developers of Chivalry decided to hold off on a sequel and work on something new and different, a combat game that adds magic to the mix. Tom played it at PAX, and to show off a trailer and some gameplay footage. It’s due out later this year and will enter beta this summer.